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A PRAYER, by            
First Line: Lord, let not my religion be
Last Line: And neighbor unto every man.
Subject(s): Brotherhood; Good Samaritan; Prayer


Lord, let not my religion be
A thing of selfish ecstasy;
But something warm with tender care
And fellowship which I can share.
Let me not walk the other side
Of trouble's highway long and wide;
Make me a Good Samaritan,
And neighbor unto every man.





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